• How to load Pi4SOA into eclipse and develop?

    I have the scenario source tree on my laptop. But how do I import it into eclipse in order to change stuff?  Cheers  Steve T
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  • org.pi4soa.cdl.eclipse.CDLPlugin.logError(mesg, e);

    Way back in the pi4soa days that preceeded Savara, many plugins used org.pi4soa.cdl.eclipse.CDLPlugin.logError(mesg, e); for error reporting.   What is the equivalent in Savara?   I think that org.pi4soa.c...
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  • BPMN2 model can now be serialized as XML and JSON

    The BPMN2 model within savara-core was originally part of the org.savara.bpmn2 bundle, and was only serializable to and from XML using a JAXB generated model.   In support of future work related to presenting BA...
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  • GSoC12: BPMN2 based Web App for replaying and stepping through activity information captured from a business transaction executing within a SOA

    As part of the SOA governance initiative within jboss.org, we are developing service activity monitoring capabilities to capture the activities associated with business transactions as they execute across services wit...
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  • Activity Model - schema

    This discussion relates to whether an existing activity event schema exists that should be used, or whether a bespoke schema should be used that can evolve with requirements. The following is not an exhaustive list, a...
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  • Activity Model - activity types

    This post will discuss the various types of activity information that we may want to record from applications executing in an SOA environment. At this stage we are not concerned with how these events will be described...
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  • Activity Model - xml or json

    This is the first in a series of dev discussions related to the activity event model that will be used as part of the BAM capability.   This topic relates to whether we should be looking to serialize the activit...
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  • SLA Monitoring Approaches

    With the release of Switchyard 0.4, it is now possible to obtain service related metrics regarding the number of times service was invoked, the number of faults that occurred, the min, max and average response times. ...
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  • Commitments as a way to govern business activity

    I would like to explore the possibility of using the concept of commitments, as discussed in the attached paper, as a way to understand the obligations/liabilities between principals (i.e. counterparties) in a busines...
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  • Using BPMN2 choreography in place of WS-CDL

    Some work has been done on moving to BPMN2 as the choreography representation, to eventually replace WS-CDL within the Savara tools.   If you want to try the current snapshot version, I would first suggest setti...
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  • Dealing with analysis information

    Currently the main purpose of the activity monitoring framework is to capture interaction based information, analyse it against predefined choreographies (to ensure the protocols are being followed correctly), and the...
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  • Tracking business transactions through a SOA

    Primarily we have been focusing on activities related to interactions between services. These are usually correlated based on some business information within the messages being exchanged, although in some cases the m...
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  • Documentation restructure

    I am starting the process of migrating the docbook representation of the documentation, into the new Confluence based documentation editor (https://docs.jboss.org/author/display/SAVARA/Home). Once this is complete, th...
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  • Server development baseline changed to AS7

    Until now, the server components of Savara 2.x have been aimed at deployment on AS5 (as the basis for the current enterprise platform), AS6, and eventually AS7.   However, for the following reasons, it has been ...
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  • Detecting and propagating error status in activity events/display

    While documenting some initial ideas for the set of virtual applications that could be implemented for the Savara desktop web app, I realised that there is going to be two ways to determine whether an activity event r...
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  • Initial set of virtual applications for the Web App

    We are now at the early stages of building the Savara web application. We are aiming to use a 'desktop' style, so the user would have effectively a 'Savara' desktop within their browser.   They would then have a...
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  • Activity information for conversations

    The activity information that needs to be captured for the conversation based actvity events needs to be indexed on two concepts:   (a) business context   This is termed 'business' context at the moment du...
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  • Savara Web App Style

    Hi   Just wanted to start a discussion on the Savara Web App - not necessarily focusing on functionality at the moment, but more on style.   As developers we are used to an IDE (integrated development envi...
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  • Hudson jobs for git repos

    Now that the core bundles are separated into a separate git repository, I have also setup a separate hudson job to build these bundles.   The idea being that hudson jobs will also be setup for the savara-integra...
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  • Savara 2 code moving to github

    In common with a number of jboss.org hosted projects, we have decided to move development from svn to git hosted at github.   The repository will be hosted at https://github.com/organizations/savara.   In ...
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